The annual report outlines the state of the metro area’s water supply spanning the 2022 calendar year.
Explore Portland’s past and discover your new go-to story to share with friends and visitors.
New data will inform efforts to recreate the optimal conditions for the birds to healthily hatch and grow.
The Oscar-winning actor was in the Rose City to promote his new novel, “The Making of Another Major Motion Picture Masterpiece.”
Construction is slated to start mid-2025 with a grand opening planned for spring of 2026.
We compare our previous Municipal Equality Index scores from the Human Rights Campaign... plus, how that score might change.
It’s been three years since Portland adopted PedPDX, a plan to improve walking conditions by improving and prioritizing sidewalks, crossings, and other walking-related investments.
Registering your dog or cat is required for residents and comes with many benefits.
Extreme temperatures during the heat dome of 2021 caused damage to one of the structure’s concrete supports. Work is expected to finish midsummer.
The 23,000-sqft immersive art experience will open in Portland’s Central Eastside this June, wowing guests with its “Rainbow Cave,” “Quantum Trampoline,” and murals from Portland Street Art Alliance.
We break down this multi-billion dollar proposed budget for the 2023-2024 fiscal year. Including funds to address homelessness, public safety, economic recovery, and livability.
The online tool connects Portland residents with free or low-cost options for everything from home improvement, clothing, art, and more.
After the announcement that the 35-year celebration would not return this year, a collaboration with the Portland Rose Festival will revive the event during CityFair’s second weekend.
We asked Alaina to share a little bit about herself and what she loves about Portland.
The challenge supports a Portland-based nonprofit honoring the memory of late musician, Brett Rothfeld.
Check out some of the coolest, most unique Airbnb and Vrbo rentals around Portland, Oregon, and plan for your next adventure or staycation.
Help restore the City of Roses’ luster by volunteering to remove litter and other debris on Saturday, April 22.
The national and local campaign strives to “help families save money, reduce the negative impact of food waste on the environment, and address hunger in our communities.”
Help the city revamp its 50-year-old model of civic engagement by participating in listening sessions and a summit, Thursday, April 27-Saturday, April 29.
Nosh on a delicious soft pretzel — complete with your favorite toppings and dipping sauces — at one of these eateries in Portland.
An estimated 98% of construction debris was reclaimed and recycled during the renovation of the Jean Vollum Natural Capital Center at 721 NW Ninth Avenue, setting a city record.
The 100 cherry trees in Tom McCall Waterfront commemorate the incarceration of Japanese and Japanese Americans during World War II.
Invest in our planet via local, national, and global Earth Day initiatives.
From the Trail Blazers to the Rose City Rollers, we’re sharing all details of Portland, Oregon’s sports teams.
Two vessels’ stories became forever intertwined in Portland, Oregon, on March, 31, 1917.
It’s National Poetry Month, and our readers are invited to submit original poems in a special PDXtoday contest.
From Hillsdale to Parkrose, we’re giving you all the pertinent details about some of the elementary, middle, and high schools in Portland.
Students at the virtual school come together from all over the state to learn valuable skills like communication and creativity.
The existing 5-acre park will grow to 25 acres and feature several new amenities.
Join more than 3,500 volunteers who are trained and prepared to respond in the event of a severe winter storm, flood, or major earthquake in Portland.
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